Price Determination in the Australian Food Industry 2004

Cover for Price Determination on the Australian Food Industry Price Determination in the Australian Food Industry provides an in-depth analysis of the wide range of factors affecting farm-gate, wholesale and retail pricing in Australia’s food industry.

The report examines and compares prices at the farm-gate (the net price to the primary producer), wholesale (price paid at the point where they enter retail distribution) and retail levels (the price paid by the consumer).

It also presents case studies on fresh and processed products from a variety of sectors, including dairy, meat, horticulture, grains and eggs.

The report identifies the main factors that affect pricing, such as farm production, trade, supply chain integration, technology and innovation, regulation and compliance, and market dynamics.
Case studies
Last reviewed: 4 November 2019
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